Joint Honours Student

Bachelor of Arts Degree (BA) - DN520

To obtain a degree in Music through the Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree students are required to take another subject in conjunction with Music. There is no interview, entrance test or audition required for this programme. Students interested in the BA degree should familiarise themselves with the regulations on the University's webpage for building your Bachelor of Arts Degree.

For this year's module offerings, see Stage One and Stage Two and Three.

See outline of requirements below for completing Music in the BA:

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Outline of BA Requirements for Students Entering 2018 onwardspdf| BA Programme Requirements - BA Degree 2018-19pdf|

Students are expected to meet the academic demands of their chosen programme. However, they may experience a range of serious and unanticipated difficulties, which adversely affect their ability to study, complete assessments or attend their required classes and other learning activities.

It is important that you speak to your tutor/module coordinator as soon as possible and he/she will direct you to the School Office/Arts, Humanities and Scocial Sciences Programme Office.  The extenuating circumstances application form and guidelines are available on the University Secretariat website

Please ensure you provide an original medical certificate and any supporting documentation. 

We offer students the chance to study a diverse curriculum in a supportive and friendly environment.  We understand students face many challenges and we want to provide the necessary supports to ensure they achieve their goals, and that they integrate with peers, thus experiencing college life positively.  Come and talk to a member of staff if you require advice/information and we will help you seek the necessary supports.  The following is a list of supports available:

UCD Student Advisers

Provide support to students throughout their university experience www.ucd.ie/studentadvisers

UCD Chaplains

Provide both religious and pastoral care www.ucd.ie/chaplaincy

UCD Student Health and Counselling Service

Provides on-campus medical, psychological and psychiatric care,

UCD Access Centre

Provides advice and support to students with disabilities, long term medical conditions or specific learning difficulties (e.g. dyslexia) www.ucd.ie/openingworlds

UCD Student Support

Provides a wide range of practical supports and links www.ucd.ie/students/studentsupport.html

Student Union Welfare

The Student’s Union provide a wide range of help and support include welfare advice